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They stood numb 
with apprehension. 
Before them stood 
a rose stalk throwing 
shadow like a sundial; 
an hour traced itself, 
another, the line of 
dark dissolved, 
all the garden began 
to mingle, move. 






No magic had happened; 

yet something had happened, 

or was about to . . . 








Miss Jean St. Pierre 



"glad and young and forever turning 

with hope of new moons 

and springs 

with understanding of winter and 

hidden moons 

she's always there." 

e.e. cummings 








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THE CIRCLE 



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Editor 

Claudia Whitney 

Literary 

Diane Driscoll 
Diane Russell 

Art 

Caroline Payne 

Business 

Marcia Owen 
Deborah Webster 

Photography 

Ann Doty 



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Underclassmen 

Susan Foord 
Elizabeth Gaines 
Margaret Howes 



Advisor 

Mrs. Robert Ceely 



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Abbot Academy 
Andover, Massachusetts 



'There was an old gentleman just going by, and Pascal asked him whether he an 
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Pascal made his way home." 

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Miss Eleanor Tucker 
Acting Principal 1967-1968 



How happy is he born and taught 

That serveth not another's will; 

Whose armour is his honest thought, 

And simple truth his utmost skill. 

Sir Henry Wotton 




Mrs. John Sisson 



Mrs. Timothy Home 



Miss Jean St. Pierre 







Mrs. Robert Ceely 




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Mrs. Malcolm Johnston 





Mile. Marie Baratte 




Mile. Germaine Arosa 





Mrs. Allan Gillingham 





Mrs. Wayne Frederick 



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Latin 

Mrs. Paul DeGavre 



Spanish 

Miss Dorothy Judd 



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Mrs. Jon Kaiser 



Spanish 

Mrs. Richard Merrill 



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Mrs. Oscar Witten 





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Miss Mary Minard 



Miss Madge Baker 





Miss Georgina Huck 



Mrs. Peter Kehrli 



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Miss Carolyn Goodwin 





Miss Ruth Harris 





Mrs. John Bennett 



Mrs. Harry Vickers 







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Mrs. Joel Salon 





Music Department 
Seated: Mrs. Elizabeth Roberts 
Standing: Mrs. Charles Stahle, 
Miss Margot Warner 



Art 

Mrs. Harford Powel, Jr. 



Religion 

Mr. George Andrews 






Speech 

Miss Meriby Sweet 
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Photography 

Miss Wendy Snyder 





Physical Education 

Mrs. J.K. Butler, Mrs. Angel Rubio, Miss Shirley Ritchie. Mrs. Robert Lovely 




Librarian 

Mrs. James Couch 



Infirmary 

Miss Marion Perkins 

Dr. Richard Ramsdell 

Miss Kathleen Ayre 




Language Training 

Mrs. Walter C. Greenall 





Director of Students 

Miss 0. Christine von Erpecom 



Director of Admissions 

Mrs. Ford Duncan 





Assistant Academic Dean 

Mr. Gordon Lameyer 



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Director of Permissions 

Mrs. Dorothy Denstad 





Alumnae Secretary 

Miss Jane Sullivan 



Director of Food and Housing 

Mrs. Lynwood Howard 




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Bookstore 

Mrs. Dorothy Quintal 
Mrs. Stephen Sorota 



Mrs. William Stieritz 
Mrs. Joseph O'Brien 





Mrs. Fred Harrison 
Mrs. Arthur Neumark 




Assistants in Residence 

Seated: Mrs. Capen Abbot, Mrs. George Nevens 

Standing: Mrs. Wilton Tompkins, 

Mrs. Estelle Goggin 



Assistants in Residence 

Seated: Mrs. Gerald Trenbath. Mrs. Guy Howe 

Standing: Mrs. Lillian Ellis, Mrs. Mildred Bartlett 

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Mr. and Mrs. Jes Bonde 






Switchboard Operators 

Mrs. Thomas McCarron 
Mrs. George Richards 
Mrs. John O'Neill 



The Maintenance Engineers 




The Gentlemen of the Kitchen 




The Ladies of the Kitchen 



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"That is why, walking 
across a school campus 
on this particular morn- 
ing, I keep searching 
the sky. As if I expected 
to see, rather like a heart, 
a lost dove, hurrying 
toward heaven." 

Truman Capote 



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"Those who have the largest hearts 
Have the soundest understandings; 
And he is the truest philosopher 
Who can forget himself." 
William Hazlitt 

Margaret Adams 
155 Willadel Drive 
Belleair 
Clearwater, Florida 



"The resolved mind hath 

no cares." 

Herbert 

Barbara Dale Ainslie 

122 Clive Street 

Edison, New Jersey 

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"It knew now where it was going, 

and it said to itself, 

'There is no hurry, 

we shall get there some day.' ' 

A. A. Milne 

Paula Addie Atwood 
Maple Street, R.R. 1 
Litchfield, Connecticut 



Susan Deforest Barton 

405 North General Pershing Street 

Hammond, Louisiana 

"If I believed the world 

were to end tomorrow, I 

would still plant a tree today." 

Martin Luther 



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Mary Eleanor Blomquist 

24 Tapoan Road 

Richmond, Virginia 

"The only true education 

of man is responsibility." 

Jackson 





Lynn Suzanne Black 
9 Wolcott Avenue 
Andover, Massachusetts 

"And in the sweetness of friendship let there 

be laughter, and sharing of pleasures. 

For in the dew of little things the heart finds 

its morning and is refreshed." 

The Prophet 



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Elizabeth Ann Briggs 

23 Arundel Street 

Andover, Massachusetts 

"Her glossy hair clustered o'er a brow 
Bright with intelligence and fair and smooth." 

Lord Byron 



Susan Gaines Bolton 
9 Arcadia Road 
Andover, Massachusetts 

"If a man does not keep pace with his companions, 
perhaps it is because he hears a different 
drummer." 
Thoreau 



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"Every tear 

I ever cried 
turned to pearl 

before it died. 
Every pain 

that in me burned 
forged to wisdom 

I had earned." 

Jane Crichton Brown 
138 Main Street 
Andover, Massachusetts 



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Barbara Elizabeth Camp 

8 Litchfield Lane 

Champaign, Illinois 

"Wondrous is the strength of cheerfulness, 

altogether past calculation its 

powers of endurance." 

Thomas Carlyle 



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Nancy Ann Carmer 
6 Phelps Street 
Lyons, New York 

"All life is activity 
and joy is the normal 
accompaniment of 
that activity." 
Feuchtersechen 



Julia Lowell Carlson 
5 Chapel Road 
Orono, Maine 

"People fall into two categories: 
people who like delicatessen 
and people who don't like delicatessen." 
Herb Gardener 






"We share an archangelic cigarette 
and tell each other's fortunes." 
Garcia Lorca 

Dorothy Leavitt Cheney 

Bombay 

c/o Department of State 

Washington, D.C. 



Caroline McAllister Cleaver 

332 Windsor Avenue 

Glen Ellyn, Illinois 

"Round like the zodiac revolving, 

Were strewn with laughter 

White and black." 

Garcia Lorca 



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"The days that make us happy make us wise." 
John Masefield 

Bonnie Lovering Cook 
408 Moylan Avenue 
Box 129 
Moylan, Pennsylvania 



Mary Constance Coughlan 

5410 Grand Avenue 

Des Moines, Iowa 

"When I die, mother, tell the whole world. 
Send the blue cables Northward and Southward." 

Garcia Lorca 



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"A clean fire, 

A clean hearth, 

The rigour of the game." 

Charles Lamb 

Juliana Hinckley Crane 

Main Street 

Barnstable, Massachusetts 



"Stupid man, you'll never 
get all the leaves 
in that truck." 
Bill 

Deborah Anne Daley 
15 North Balch Street 
Hanover, New Hampshire 




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"Preciosa flings away her tamboura. 
and runs and runs 
and does not tire." 
Garcia Lorca 

Annette Elinor Davis 
410 Himalaya Street 
Reno. Nevada 



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"She does silly things and they turn out right." 

A. A. Milne 



Judith Randolph Dillingham 

250 Wailupe Circle 

Honolulu. Hawaii 



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"Life is to be fortified by 

many friendships. 

To love and to be loved is the 

greatest experience 

of existence." 

Sydney Smith 

Toby Elizabeth Dondis 
176 Underwood Street 
Fall River, Massachusetts 



Ann van Brunt Doty 

26025 Thirteen Mile Road 

Franklin, Michigan 

"For no reason at all, 

I felt magnificent." 

A. A. Milne 





"Second star on the right and 
straight on 'til morning.'' 
Peter Pan 

Diane Driscoll 

84 Middlesex Road 

Buffalo, New York 







Anne Whitney Fellows 

6 Circular Street 

Springfield, Vermont 



"My heart is where the hills fling up 

green garlands to the day." 

Wendell Philips Stafford 




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Elaine Beth Finbury 

9 Maplewood Terrace 

Haverhill, Massachusetts 

"Nothing is so strong as gentleness; nothing 

is so gentle as real strength." 

Francis de Sales 



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"One must not tie a ship 

to a single anchor, 

Nor life to a single hope." 

Epictetus 

Ann Elizabeth Finn 

Box 188 

New Castle 

New Hampshire 

















"Whom are you seeking 

Alone at this hour" 

"Never mind whom I seek, 
What is it to you?" 

"I seek what I seek, 

My joy and myself." 

Joanna Elizabeth Frost 
50 Fairbanks Avenue 
Wellesley Hills, Massachusetts 




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"The moon in open spaces lit, 

Dove of the quiet clouds is showing." 

Garcia Lorca 

Sally Elizabeth Hamm 
Stonehaven Drive 
Athol, Massachusetts 



Cheryl Lynn Hammond 

105 South Main Street 

North Brookfield, Massachusetts 

"These are the believers in open 

spaces; 
Life and their coffer are never empty." 

The Prophet 




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"Action may not always bring happiness; 
but there is no happiness without action." 

Benjamin Disraeli 

Elizabeth Keeney Handy 

183 Main Street 

Hingham, Massachusetts 



Christine Regina Harley 

104 60th Street, N.E. 

Washington, DC. 

A star stands cold and strong; 
this one will die for a friend." 





Margaret Anne Howard 

1 50 Leonard Street 

Annisquam Station 

Gloucester, Massachusetts 

"I have been a wanderer among distant fields, 
I have sailed down mighty rivers.'' 

Shelley 



Hollis Hebbel 
17 High Street 
Ipswich, Massachusetts 

"It sits looking 
Over the harbor and city 
On silent haunches and then moves on." 

Carl Sandburg 



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"Nothing great was ever achieved 
without enthusiasm." 
R. W. Emerson 

Sharon Anne Hughes 
Davenport Ridge Road 
New Canaan, Connecticut 



Louise Margaret Hunter 

110 West Via de la Reina 

Merritt Island, Florida 

"I dare a man to say I'm too young, 
for I'm going to try for the sun." 

Donovan 




"Seven cries, seven wounds. 
Seven big double poppies, 
Cast opaque moons, 
In the big dark rooms." 
Garcia Lorca 

Simone Huval 

West Centennial Drive 

Marlton, New Jersey 





"Nothing is finer for 

the purpose of greater production 

than a gradual ripening of 

the intellectual powers." 

Keats 

Cynthia Johnson 

14 Garrison Road 

Hingham, Massachusetts 



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"Age cannot wither her, nor 
custom stale 
her infinite variety." 
Shakespeare 

Cheryline Lewis 
2302 Burton Street 
Richmond, Virginia 



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"A friend is someone who 

understands why you like 

your strawberry sodas without 

strawberries in them." 

Peanuts 

Lynn Dean Marsden 

9 Lockway Road 

Andover, Massachusetts 



Jacqueline Sabina Mathiot 

450 North East 52nd Terrace 

Miami, Florida 



"Yet without doubt 
You have been formed for love." 

Garcia Lorca 




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Jacqueline Frances McGinty 

7 Cheever Circle 

Andover, Massachusetts 

"He cries every day, this afternoon 

I tried to help him . . . 

I whacked him one on the arm . . ." 

Lucy 



"She stands on crumbling walls below wine 

skies, 
Overlooking the craggy mountains and looming 

bays, 

And is part of a delicate world, 

Flying free with delicate happiness. 



Anne Elizabeth Moses 

77 Whitewood Lane 

Rochester, New York 




"A man finds happiness only by 
walking his own path." 
Anonymous 

Katherine Fleming Nelson 
Sachem Road 
Weston, Connecticut 





Florence Joy Newcomb 
28 Shaw Avenue 
Rockland, Maine 

"There is only one way 

to achieve happiness 

on this terrestial ball, 

And that is to have either 

a clean conscience, 

or none at all." 

Ogden Nash 




"Only one person in a thousand knows 
the trick of really living in the present." 
Jameson 



Janice Ann O'Neal 

Todd Hill 

Hinsdale, New Hampshire 




Marcia Gail Owen 

8 Colonial Drive 

Bedford, New Hampshire 

"Gentleness and cheerfulness, 

these come before all morality; 

they are the perfect duties." 

R.L. Stevenson 



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"And she flung herself 
into the open 
to catch the 
fullness of the 
sun with her face 
in the wind." 



Nancy Hibbard Roberts 

Tyme and Tyde, Flanders Road 

Box 47 

Stonington, Connecticut 



"Adam and Eve and a 

bushel of figs 

Meant nothing to Nelson 

who was keeping pigs." 

Lawrence Durrell 

Caroline Pierpont Payne 
120 East End Avenue 
New York, New York 





Patricia Rockwood 
32 West Otis Road 
Barrington, Illinois 

"Bear patiently, my heart, 
for you have suffered 
heavier things." 
Homer 



Diane Stanley Russell 

317 Front Street 

Marion, Massachusetts 

"Oftentimes I have lost myself 

wholely on the track of the 

burning that wakens awareness 

of things." 
Garcia Lorca 




"Cheerfulness keeps up a kind 

of daylight in the mind, 

and fills it with a steady and 

perpetual serenity," 

Addison 

Anne Robinson 

570 Seminole Drive 

P.O. Box 704 

Winter Park, Florida 





"You asked how I 

was feeling, 

Was that some 

kind of joke?" 

Dylan 

Katherine Ann Sackett 

92 Dave's Lane 

Southport, Connecticut 



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"You are a lover of things and 
people so you took up work where 
you could get to as many of 
them as possible; 
and it just turned out that there 
were too many of them and too much 
that moves you." 
Herb Gardener 

Joanne Regina Sapienza 
23 Wildwood Road 
Andover, Massachusetts 





Karen Jordan Sawyer 

1 Peabody Street 

North Reading, Massachusetts 

"She walks in beauty, like the night 
Of cloudless climes and starry skies; 
And all that's best of dark and bright 
Meet in her aspect and her eyes." 
Lord Byron 






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Kathryn Harriet Schoettler 

1632 Fourth Street 

Port Edwards, Wisconsin 

"She searched 

The touch of springs, 

And found 

Concealed imaginings, 

She sighed 

For so much melody." 

Wallace Stevens 



Marguerite Siedler Schnepel 

1 1 Glenside Road 

South Orange, New Jersey 

"Sail little boat 
out across the sea- 
only don't forget to sail 
back again to me." 




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"I did not stop to think that one wave 
is inevitably followed by another, 
even larger and more powerful 
when the tide is coming in." 
John Knowles 



Karen Lee Seaward 
Gerrish Island 
Kittery Point, Maine 



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"My soul, 

be not disturbed by 
planetary war, 
Remain securely in 
this contracted star." 
Elinor Wylie 

Martha Toby Shapiro 
CINCUSNAVEUR Staff 
Box 7 
FPO, New York 



"I had to sink my yacht 

to make the 

guests go home." 

F. Scott Fitzgerald 

Shirley Rae Sullivan 

1 Bancroft Road 

Andover, Massachusetts 





"Who would know where? 

And the sky slammed its dark 

on the brawl of the forest. 

And the lights cried on in the 

high hallways."' 

Garcia Lorca 

Madeleine Whitcomb Todd 

3701 Chain Bridge Road 

Fairfax. Virginia 



Lynn Adelaide Trenbath 

Black Hall Acres 

Old Lyme. Connecticut 

"Come all ye good people 
with a snap & crackle 
and a ho-de-ho-heau." 
Pogo 




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Karen Elizabeth Urie 
21 Manton Road 
Swampscott, Massachusetts 

"I can see it shining somewhere — 

take me there and make me a part of it." 

The Fantasticks 



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Deborah Rae Webster 

4 Chadwick Circle 

Andover, Massachusetts 

"No tears, no fears, no 

ruined years, no clocks." 

The Doors 



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Pamela Claire Weidenman 
Midlane South 
Muttontown, New York 

"What is talent? Reason 
manifested gloriously." 
M.J. De Chenier 



Claudia Whitney 
2 Grace Court Alley 
Brooklyn, New York 

"She believes in the green light, the orgiastic 

future that year by year recedes before us. It 

eluded us then, but that's no matter, tomorrow 

we will run faster, stretch out our arms farther . . . 

And one fine morning . . ." 
F. Scott Fitzgerald 




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"The wind has blown the rain away 

and blown the sky away 

and all the leaves away, 

and the trees stand." 

e.e. cummings 



Katherine Wilbour Wies 
220 Damascus Road 
Branford, Connecticut 



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"A small hungry child, 
told to grind rice, 
instead gazes at the moon. 

Basho 



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Class Officers First Term: 

H. Paffard, W. Ewald (pres ). A. Dillard 



SOIMDDLCII CLASS 



Class Officers Second Terra 

C. Nimick, W Ewald (pres). A. Nourse. M Gay 




Day Students 

Standing: J. Heifetz, E. Giftord, S. Cohen, D. Sawyer. D Coggan, E Rowen, E. Giblin. B. Bodenrader. D Marum. C. Loebel. C Peters 

Sitting: J Faro. E Samel. D. Rees. S. McArdle. S Yeaton. M Schiavoni 

Missing: D Brainerd 





Third Floor Old Wing 

First Row: MS Stewart. J Eklund, D Rueda, 

M Lord, M Gay, S Gurganus 

Second Row: D Elliott, S Donald. G Mueller, 

M Ketcham, C Viele. C Brown, J Frazier. L 

Lacouture, J Treneer, N Bennett, B Bitner 

Missing: S Sykes, C Bowles 



Second Floor Old Wing 

First Row: L Whitcomb. N Steele. 

J. Cecere. N Butterfield, K Moulton. 

K Boynton 

Second Row: S Ross, M Beal, D McClure, 

E. Hoover. A Dillard, C. Cain, E Haynes. 

W Ewald. A Nourse. M Dow. N Belcher. 

Missing: A Aldnch 





First Floor New Wing 

First Row/: E Junker, E 

noth, S Waugh 

Second Row: P Teal, M 

G. Hagel. 

Third Row/: M Gerschel 

Missing: D Best. 



Miller. F Hoff, J. Stich- 
Curtis, J Leuenberger, 




First Floor Old Wing 

First Row: H. Paffard, C. Nimick, A. Petree, D. Woods, B. Allen, S Curry, M Howes 

Second Row: D. Ho, M Pico, N. Ettele, M Cummings. L Weidenman, E. Rockwell. S Gray, J. Wohlgethan, A. Cashin. 

Missing: H Jenkins. 





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JUIllOff CLASS 




Class Officers 

Seated: M Cheney (pres.) 

Standing: E Andrews. L Breed 



French House 

First Row: M Lawton, S. Perkin, S. Lindgrove, S. Stein 

Second Row: S Cleveland, M Markley, L Waller, M. Stone, D. Chisholm, E Gaines 

Third Row: V. Knapp, J Jouett, A Gares, P. Cerf, D Prudden, A Baldwin 




Cutler House 

Kneeling: D. Watson, G. Luster 

Seated: A Freeman, S. Johnston, L Breed, Mrs Howard 

Standing: A Anderson, A Rust, R Ingraham, P. Men- 

denhall, E. Andrews, M. Cheney 



Day Students 
Front Row: D Antonopoulos, S Rowen, L Moore, 

J Cohen 

Back Row: G. Smith, S Bowen, F. Amore, C. Niziak, 

J Hogan, D Naman, P. Mallen 

Missing: K Durham, L Contarmo, D Collins, 

C Johnson, D Maloney, V. Williams 





Abbey House 

First Row: Y Bissell, S Joseph (obscured), A Rudolph, N Grassi, S. Gun, A Kramer, K Giesemann, 

E. Straus, M. Pike 

Second Row: T Solomon, M Rosen. D Bernton, C Steele. A Crowley, L Garvan, L Doyle. C Stone 

Third Row: T Hmkle. A Ruff, N. Salam, G. Armsden, J. Bailey, S Brightman. H Bennett, A. Snelling. S Urie, 

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Class Officers 

P Teal, S Foord (pres ). C Pollard. 



PRMflTd CLASS 




Day Students 

Seated: L Bistany, L. Russem, 

L. Kiely, S. Hershfield. 

Standing: N Phillips, J. Tatel- 

man, D. Mallen, J. Liversidge, 

M. McCabe, D. Sammataro, C. 

Johnson. 



Sherman House 

Front Row: D Street, F Baxter, 

S Ingram, K Kilborn 

Seated: K Ho, C. Pollard, S 

Browning, L. Pope, R Raser, 

S Salmon. 

Standing: C Kattar, P. Teal, G 

Causey. H Kropp, A Rollins, S 

Foord, J Martin 

Missing: B Rueda 




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"Rich people, I want to see you 

all out on the street for volleyball . . ." 

Herb Gardner 



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Ski Club 

Front Row: L. Breed. A. Fellows, V. Knapp, A. Davis 

Back Row: S. Gray. L. Black. S. Browning, F. Newcomb 

Advisor: Miss Sweet 

Missing: M Cummings 



Fencing 

Left: D Sawyer, V Knapp. J Eklund 

Right: Maestro La Rocca (instructor). D Watson, N Steele, 

S. Ross 




Ballet I 

First Row: A Finn. N Phillips. M Gerschel. E Finbury, L Black. E. Briggs, H. Hebbel. M Shapiro, J Mathiot, L. Contarino, J. Faro 
Second Row: D Elliott, S Huval. C Peters, D. Marum, M. Curtis. L. Weidenman. J. Dillingham, D. Brainerd, L Moore. K. Schoettler. P. Weid- 
enman. J. Cecere 

Third Row: A Petree. N Butterfield, J. Leuenberger, J Carlson, M Todd, A Robinson, M Owen. A. Dillard, A. Davis, A. Doty, P. Teal. E Rock- 
well. B. Cook. G. Mueller. N Belcher. S. Barton.'c. Cleaver. C Whitney. K Wies. J. Stichnoth 





Team Captain 

Joanne Sapienza and Lister 



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Basketball 

Front Row: H Jenkins, M Adams, H Paffard 

Back Row: J Sapienza, S Donald, S Gray, S Cleveland 

Missing: S Bolton 




Cheerleaders 

Front Row: C Harley, D Woods, D Webster, P. Weidenman 
Back Row: T Solomon, M Rosen, J Dillingham, A. Davis 
Missing: H Jenkins, E Finbury 





Soccer t 

Front Row: G. Smith, S. Cohen, S. Yeaton, S McArdle, E. Briggs, D. Webster 
Back Row: J. Brown, L. Marsden, S. Bolton, S. Gray, A. Davis, C. Whitney, 
L. Black 



Tennis I 

Front Row: K. Seaward, A. Rudolph 

Back Row: E. Finbury, K Sawyer, A. Cashin 




Hockey I 

Front Row: D Sawyer, M. Lord, T. Dondis, A. 

Petree, S Browning 

Back Row: S Donald, V. Knapp, C Harley, J. 

Sapienza, K Wies, H Paffard 

Missing: F, Baxter 





Team captain 

Juliana Crane and Caesar 



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Basketball 

Front Row: C Nimick. T Hinkle, K Moulton, S Gurganus 

Back Row: D Watson, M. Howes, J. Crane, P. Rockwood 





Cheerleaders 

Front Row: A Finn, C. Stone, D Watson, L Weidenman, C Cleaver, S. Hamm 

Back Row: L Whitcomb, J Leuenberger 

Missing: M Curtis, S Curry 



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Soccer I 

Front Row: C. Cain, E. Hoover, K. Moulton, M. Phinney, M. Shapiro 
Back Row: J. Crane, C. Loebel, E Rowen, A. Moses, P. Rockwood 
Missing: J. McGinty, J. Frazier, D. Marum, L. Hunter 



Tennis 

Front Row: S. Joseph, D Best, K Giesemann 

Back Row: J. O'Neal, M Pico 




Hockey I 

Front Row: J Leuenberger, M. Dow, A. Fellows, 

S. Gurganus, S. Waugh, A. Anderson 

Back Row: C. Nimick, C. Johnson, S. Sullivan, 

C. Cleaver, D. Daley, A. Finn 

Missing: S. Sykes 




"On to the club, the scene of savage joys, 

The school of noble good-fellowship and noise." 

W. Cowper 



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Student Government 
Kneeling: M. Cheney, F. New- 
comb, E. Finbury, L. Breed, S. 
Urie, L. Pope 

Seated: M Adams, K. Seaward. 
M. Shapiro 

Standing: C. Pollard, C. Nimick, 
J. Brown, S. Foord, C. Lewis, A. 
Dillard, W. Ewald, L. Marsden, E. 
Briggs, A. Finn 

Advisors: Miss Baker, Mrs. John- 
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Core 

Kneeling: C. Nimick, K Seaward, 

M. Shapiro, M. Adams, L. Pope, S. 

Urie 

Advisor: Miss Baker 




Proctor Council 

Kneeling: K. Seaward, M. Shapiro, M. Adams 

First Row: M. Lord, K. Nelson, R. Ingram, F. Baxter, S. Gurganus, E. Straus, G. Armsden 

Second Row: C. Nimick, M. Dow, C Lewis, B. Camp, A. Crowley, B. Allen, S. Waugh 

Third Row: D. Chisholm, D. Russell, A. Nourse, C. Johnson, N. Roberts, S. Foord, A. Ruff, A. Doty 

Missing: A. Fellows, J. Stichnoth, P. Snelling, T Solomon, M. Markley, A. Anderson 





Cynosure 

Seated: A. Davis, K. Wies (editor), B. Cook 

Kneeling: K Urie. J Carlson 

Back Row: D Webster, P. Weidenman, A. Finn 



Social Committee 

A Finn (chairman), S. 

S. Ingram 

Advisor: Mrs. Trenbath 



Waugh, R. Ingraham 





Circle Board 

Standing: D Webster, M Owen, C Whitney (editor), 

D Driscoll 

Seated: A Doty, C Payne, D. Russell 

Advisor: Mrs Ceely 




Courant 

Seated on Piano: P. Weidenman, M. Cheney. D. Cheney (editor). D Russell. D. Coggan 

Standing: E Hoover. C. Lewis. L. Hunter. B. Cook 

Missing: Contributions 

Advisor: Mrs Sisson 



Abbot Religious Association 

Seated: C Lewis (pres ) 

Standing: J. Frost. D. Webster, J. Dillinghai.. 

Advisor: Mrs. Bennett 





Abbot Athletic Association Officers 

Front Row: J Sapienza. J Brown (pres). C Harley 

Back Row: S Bolton. J. Crane 



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Choir 

Front Row: H Jenkins. L Black, T. Dondis, J Brown, J. Frazier. J Frost, B. Camp, S. Sykes. 

P Wiedenman. B Cook. M Boynton, G Armsden, K Seaward, K Urie. 

Back Row: K Wies, M Howes. M Todd. S Hughes (pres). A. Davis. S Barton, E. Hoover, 

C Whitney, M Curtis, D. Rees 

Director: Miss Warner 



Fidelio Officers 

Seated: A Davis(pres ) 

Standing: J Sapienza, 

M Todd 

Director: Miss Warner 



Talaria 

Feet of: J Eklund. S Curry, M Howes. E. Hoover. A Petree. D Woods. J. Frazier 

Missing: S Gray 





Folk Society 

Front Row: J Cohen. 

G Smith. D Maloney. 

D. Antonapoulos. 

J Faro, 

A Davis (head) 

Back Row: 

C Niziak, L Waller, 

> Watson. E Andrews, 

D Brainerd, 

S Johnston, S Curry, 

E Samel, D Best 





Bacchantes 

First Row: C Cleaver, M Shapiro (head). 

J Frost 

Second Row: B Cook, M. Todd, S. Hughes 

Third Row: A. Davis, C Coughlan 



Y.W.C.A. Volunteers 

Kneeling: J. Stichnoth, S McArdle, M Lord 

Seated: S. Huval, M. Owen, J Sapienza 

Standing: S Waugh, D Webster (head). E Finbury, 

E Haynes, M Adams, D McClure. C. Nimick, K. Nelson 

Missing: C Lewis, L Marsden 





World University Service 

Kneeling: L. Marsden. M Phinney, L Pope. 

M. Gay, A. Cashm, A Crowley 

Seated: K Urie, L Trenbath (pres), J O'Neal 

Standing: M Beal, A Dillard. J. Jouett. L 

Waller. D Chisholm, K Schoettler, P. Mallen. 

B. Camp 

Missing: S Gurganus, B. Rueda. J Mathiot, 

K. Sawyer, J Faro, K Ho 




Photography Club 

L Black (pres ) 
Advisor: Miss Snyder 



Spanish Honor Society 

Kneeling: N Phillips. K Seaward. A Ruff 

Sitting: S Ross. B Cook (pres). C Cleaver 

Standing: D Russell. S Cleveland S Une. K Viele. A. Dillard. M. Pico. D Cheney 

Missing: K Wies. S Bolton 

Advisor: Miss Judd 




Astronomy Club 

Seated: K Nelson. S Donald (pres ), A Finn 

Second Row: B Ainslie, D. Woods. J. Ecklund. 

A Nourse 

Third Row: B Bodenrader. J. Stichnoth. M. Dow 

Advisor: Mrs Salon 



Archaeology Club 

Seated: D Brainerd (pres ) 

Standing: A Petree. D Woods 





Debating 

Standing: A Aldrich. G Mueller. V. Knapp. S Donald. D Marum. C. Hammond. E Junker 

Seated: D Russell (pres ). C Payne 

On floor: M Ketcham. M Blomquist. C. Niziak C Lewis 








Current Events 

Standing: E Rockwell, G Mueller, M. Ketcham, G Hagel, B Allen, A. Dillard, N. Steele, E. Samel, D. Marum, M. Beal, N. Bel- 
cher, E. Giblin, C. Pollard, K Nelson, L. Hunter 

Kneeling: P. Atwood, C. Lewis, M. Blomquist, H Hebbel, J McGinty, M. Phinney, D Cheney, M. Schnepel 
Seated: N Roberts (pres.) 
Missing: J. Frost 



Tolkien Society 

Standing: J. Faro, J. Eklund 

Seated: V. Williams, N. Ettele, E. Glfford (pres) 

Missing: D Rees, G Mueller 

Advisor: Mrs Ceely 




Library Committee 

Seated: M. Schiavoni, C. Hammond, G. Mueller, P. Atwood (pres), J. Eklund, M. Gershel, J. Liversidge, S. Rowen 

Second Row: M. Blomquist, S. Gurganus, H. Hebbel, J. Frost, A. Petree, B Ainslie, T. Dondis, M. Phinney, D. Woods 

Third Row: E. Giblin, D. McClure, S. Donald 

Advisor: Mrs Couch 




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"It all seemed most majestic and mysterious when they sat down in their own 
circle." Frances Hodgson Burnett 

Most of us came to Abbot for better and for worse, willing in spirit if not 
in flesh, and if we grinned a lot it was merely because our braces had not yet 
taken the desired effect. No natural beauties we. Naivete flourished. Blase 
meant only that someone had mispronounced the ignominious blue blazer, 
which our mothers had bought for us in hopes that we might some day be 
class officers. Our housemother was Mrs. Levo, renowned for her red slip- 
pers and a bookie-like fetish for time and numbers. "Five minutes to go, girls." 
It was to no avail that we said "grakup" after lights, for the wrath of both 
Gertrudes descended upon us in the forms of fire drills and bells. By the end 
of the year, however, most of us had been enlightened by Kathi's weekends, 
Miss Smith's tales of ancient Greece, and the 'prep'. Oh days of blissful in- 
nocence and watermelon rinds. Supytalpes terram superabunt. 

Junior year divided our forces into two distinct camps, to be brought to- 
gether only by Crusades and the Merchant of Venice on a prune pit studded 
stage. French House and Abbey were the scenes of our microscopic journeys 
into awareness. It was there that most of us learned the effects of cigars, 
cigarettes, and jello, inhaling into shoe-filled closets and steam-filled bath- 
rooms which all but defeated the purpose by extinguishing the cigarettes in 
the moisture. The Black Pig reigned on a scalding French House roof, home 
of the best-tanned girls at Abbot. It was here that Mrs. Van Note first dis- 
covered the potency of Ex-Lax and boiling bras, while Abbey held revivalist 
meetings with burning wastebaskets. The junior dance was something to get 
USED to, but at least most of the braces had come off. It was a year when no 
one really thought, but everybody enjoyed themselves immensely. It 
culminated in a final Abbey-French underwear party on the French House 
roof while watermelon (again) shone in the moonlight. 




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If our Senior-Mid year can be less aptly described, it is only because most 
deeds were better left undescribed. For those maudlin sentimentalists who 
enjoy destroying already trite phrases, it was for some a winter of discontent. 
There were a few who withdrew a little, began to think (Remember, all is re- 
lative!), and were more unhappy because of it. Nevertheless, it was not a 
passive year. People who had spent the last two years longing for the out- 
side world, finally began to act. The great escapes became so frequent that 
special doormen were posted by the Library door each Saturday night; a tour 
of P. A. by moonlight. Hand in hand came Boston and Experimenting; the two 
worked together. Spring term and the Bunny Burp Bar arrived and left us 
without the barkeeper. That was one birthday party which was celebrated 
in style. 

It is difficult to describe the Senior year when one is not able to look in 
retrospect. People have done more, but at least they are more secure about 
it. We have become more honest, both to ourselves and to others, and this 
breeds a sort of spontaneous truce which has replaced the hesitation 
of previous years. It is nearly impossible to write the history of a het- 
erogeneous group forced to fit into a homogeneous mold. Exploits are easy to 
describe, but the essence of a class, if there is such a thing, is far more subtle. 
It is possible that we no longer break rules for a reason, but rather let reason 
break rules. This then, is a history of the class of '68, a class which, I like to 
believe, has begun to learn what it means to stand by oneself. "The soul of a 
journey is liberty, perfect liberty." 

D.LC. 





Name 



Regret 



Immortal Utterance 



Famous For 



How I Won The War 



Adams 
Ainslie 

Atwood 
Barton 

Black 



Cheney 
Cleaver 

Cook 

Coughlan 

Crane 

Daley 

Davis 

Dillingham 

Dondis 

Doty 
Driscoll 

Fellows 

Finbury 
Finn 

Frost 



Stu-G minutes 

That I couldn't take four 
periods of badminton 

That Mexico isn't 
closer to Connecticut 

That I don't have a 
motorcycle to go with 
my leather jacket 

Didn't have a chance to 
apply to Penn 



Blomquist 


Abbot Stevens dance 


Bolton 


Missing snow day this 




year 


Briggs 


Ask Lanie 


Brown 


Going "on campus" 


Camp 


Winter '67 


Carmer 


PA & dieting 


Carlson 


Elephantiasis 



The fourth act 

Beich 

Algebra 1,2,3,4 . . . 

Iowa 

Returning 

A pathetic scribble 

Prep year history class 

The sound of the 

trumpet 

That I've only been here 
one year 

That they all aren't with 
me 

Judy's gone 

Being a Vermont maid 

Haverhill 
The Set" 

I never saw Miss 



meet the Pinkie at their 
midnight rendez-vous 



Hamm 


Drinking & smoking 


Hammond 


Food 


Handy 


Pig tables 


Harley 


Abbot Stevens 


Hebbel 


I went to an Exeter 




dance 


Howard 


Accidently taking Art 
History instead of Math 
IV 



Y'all 

Latin IV is fun 1 



Get that cake out of the 
library! 

Let me entertain you 1 



Let's to have an 
"Hmmm . . ." 

Ooops 1 

I've got to study 1 

Hey, did ya check in? 

Look you guys. 

Eat it, grandma! 

Oh man . . . 

I'm not apathetic . . . 
just creatively in- 
different. 

I'm so sad cause I just 
feel so bad. 

I haven't made one yet. 

I don't have one 

Good one! 

Silly 

Ciao 

Let's sneak out tonight! 

Honokukulede, Guaba 

I've seen worse, but I 
don't remember when! 

You ol' roote 1 
Aesthetically pleasing 

St. Paul's is bad luck! 

Can I have a bite? 



There certainly isn't 
much to do in Boston! 



Moan-n-n-n 

I want a cigarette! 
Well, maybe. 

No joke! 

My sneeze 

Guess who I got a letter 
from today! 

My father's going to kill 
me 



Chief fire builder 



Making flowers and 
birds 



Reading 

Late English papers 

My knee 

La neige tombe 
TV 

Check-ins 
Long red hair 
Mickey Rooney 
Loud laugh 

Dum-dum sports 

Sinister Indian cig- 
arettes 

Making the front page 
of the Phillipian 

Profound relationships 

The Andover Inn 

My Greek experience 

Mono-Cancer 

Crush on Cross 

Bikinis 

Our (famous?) room 



Cleaning up the after- 
math 

Strictly platonic 



Rabbit ears and a 
crooked smile 

Skipping Fidelio 



The only runner to sleep 
through an entire fire 
drill 

Striped jerseys and blue 
skirts 



Ability to consume large 
quantities of food 

Visiting A. Davis and 
S. Hughes 

Red hair 



"Listed member" 
Taking Chinese at PA. 

Nigeria 



Dialed 24 

In self-defense class 



I haven't even won the 
battle of the bulge yet 

I got a single 



Applied early to C.C. 
and got in 

Letters from U.P.I. 
With my TV guide 

In my Maidenform bra 
At Middlesex 
Making paper flowers 
With Judy Dillingham 

With God's assistance 

Pride and Prejudice 

Reading James Bond 
during exams 

I didn't 

The alleys of Andover 

By going to Greece 

Became so immature 

Breaking rules 

Crazy cookies 

With a can of Beich & 
a Diet-Pepsi 

I only told myself 
Playing "turkey" 

Sur les skis avec mon 
bouteille du vin 

By selling bagels 



Spiked the punch at the 
Officers' Club 



I put a bomb in the fac- 
ulty bathroom 

By staying up all night 

Losing weight 



I couldn't have done it 
without Lynn and Kathy 

Black Power 

I haven't the faintest 
idea 

No bread or desserts 



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Name 



Regret 



Immortal Utterance 



Famous For 



How I Won The War 



Hughes 



Diets 



I got this letter from 
Paul 



Problems with Paul 



Paul. Paul. Paul 



Hunter 


My misnomer 


Chuckle 


Holding a red flag 


? 


Huval 


1 had but one fling 


Honest to pieces 


Old news 


1 used scruple tactics 


Johnson 


The mixer 


You must mean the 
other C. Johnson 


The other laugh 


With bubble gum 


Lewis 


AA cups and not being 
born with clothes on 


Are you mad wid me? 


Blushing stomach 


1 learned to sleep alone 
with the lights out, with- 
out Tarbaby 



Marsden 
Mathiot 
McGinty 
Moses 

Nelson 

Newcomb 



H. of A. 



Cold snow 



That I never got to San 
Francisco 

Duke of Venice 



My bangs aren't long 
and my blue jumper is 
wearing out 

Exercising culinary tal- 
ents at inappropriate 
hours 



O'Neal 


1 got the room opposite 
Mrs. Howe 


Owen 


Paying a dirty old man 
$20 for dirty old bal- 




loons 


Payne 


Restraint 


Roberts 


1 don't have a gumdrop 
tree 


Robinson 


That 1 never lost that ten 
pounds 


Rockwood 


Being a new senior 


Russell 


Thanksgiving vacation 


Sapienza 


Nothing 


Sawyer 


Second in tennis two 




years in a row 


Schnepel 


Summer doesn't last 




year round 


Schoettler 


Didn't break enough 




rules 


Seaward 


1 have no regrets 


Shapiro 


Core notes 


Sullivan 


Will you help me fill in 
this one? 


Todd 


Prep year 


Trenbath 


We got the room op- 
posite Mrs. Howe 


Urie 


Spring 1967 


Webster 


Applying early to 
Goucher 


Weidenman 


American history 


Whitney 


Bent curtain rods 


Wies 


They wouldn't let me be 



What's the problem? Tab | e =3 in biology lab Bein 9 a day-student 



Cono banane Mario Her principles 

Carlos 



Look, sweetheart 



Excuse me, sir, have 
you seen the balloon 
man? 

Well, pin a rose on your 
nose! 



This is the last sacra- 
ment, tomorrow I'm 
going on a diet! 

I dunn-no 



Oh spit' 



Graham house 



Gargantuan coat and 
candied violets 



My blue jumper 
Taking sabbaticals 

Avoiding the question 
Syrian bread 



And then I just gapped Her caviar canapes 

Are you kidding me? My gracefulness 



on the board of trustees 



I could have just died! 

Hell's bells! 

Is that your arm? 

What a doo-doo! 
Good grief! 



If I have to go to Si- 
beria . . . 

I give up! 



Stu-G spelled back- 
wards is Guts! 

J.H.C. 

Kiss you, I don't even 
know you! 

I'm thtwee! 
I'll do it later! 



After three weeks I be- 
gin to worry . . . 

Well, I have to make the 
decision. 

We better hot-foot it 
outa here! 

I understand 

There certainly isn't 
much to do in Boston! 



Sticking my foot in my 
mouth 

Our famous room, our 
famous food 

Raving & denuncia- 
tions 

Original A-shop skirts 
Leaving after lunch 

Halloween mask 

Washing my hair in the 
sink 

High spirits at 1967 
prom 

Telephone calls at 
9:25 P.M. 

Killer hips 

Senior diet 

Sighing 



Charge account at S.S. 
Pierce 

Mind over heart 



Fiddling 

Black dresses 
Expressive feet 



Going to Yale weekend 



Slapping neighbors on 
the back 

Took Art History 



Didn't make my bed for 
two weeks 



I loaded my heavy ar- 
tillery with a little self- 
knowledge and under- 
standing 

I smiled 



With Murine 



I slept 

With a golden shovel; 
learned how to dance 

Not shaving my legs 



The Last Resort 

With a pill from the in- 
firmary 

Green and Love Power 

I was a day-student 



New friends in the 
kitchen 

With oatmeal for break- 
fast 

Ignorance is bliss 



Excedrin 

Won what? Which one? 



Gary 




I didn't 




Daddy 




Dropping 


Math 


Skipping 


class 


The crescendos of life 


Cynosure 


propaganda 



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Long Distance Runners 

Finbury 
Seaward 




Unsealed Spirits 

Cheney 

Payne 

Weidenman 



Cup of Sun 

Camp 

Dillingham 

Josie the Maid 

O'Neal 

Owen 

Rockwood 



Victorians 

Barton 

Huval 

Mathiot 



Romantics 

Driscoll 
Sapienza 




Busselled Sprouts 

Finbury 

Payne 

Sullivan 

Whitney 

Wies 





Class Shrinks 


This Hallowed Ground 


Newcomb 




A.V. Center 


Todd 




Bunny Burp Bar 


Whitney 




Coffee Mill John 
French House roof 
Miss von E's office 
Library Entrance 


Born Free 




Sullivan's Bar & Grill 
WPAA 



Daley 

Harley 

Lewis 

Russell 

Todd 



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Yes'm Yes'm 

Coughlan 

Hammond 

Hughes 

Mrs. Kerhli's class 



Infirmary Excuse 

Coughlan 
Russell 
Sullivan 
Trenbath 



Chewed Shoes 


Greatest Show on Earth 


Blomquist 


Carmer 


Hughes 


Lewis 


Huval 


Schnepel 


McGinty 


Urie 


Robinsom 




Webster 





Dramatis Personnae 

Cheney 

Coughlan 

Hunter 

Todd 

Urie 




Do-Bees 

Adams 

Ainslee 

Briggs 

Carmer 

Crane 

Finn 

Hammond 

Hebbel 

Howard 



Don't-Bees 

Coughlan 

Davis 

Harley 

Russell 

Weidenman 



Coined Phrases 

Black Pig 
Crush Smush 
U.S.E.D. 
Wasted 




Loved Ones 

Calfee 

Cary 

Dunlop 

England 

Fisher 

Flaherty 

Harvey 

Hellin 

Hopkins 

Kaupe 

Knapp 

Litman 

Raper 

Robinson 

Sackett 

Simmons 

Tenanbaum 

Wood 



Soul Sisters 

Davis 

Harley 

Weidenman 



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Dr. and Mrs. Albert S. Atwood 

Dr. R. Wallace Baxter 

Dr. and Mrs. John M. Beal 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Belcher 

Dr. and Mrs. Charles H. Black. Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. John E. Blomquist 

Mr. Eric I. Brainerd. A.I.A. 

Mr. and Mrs. Winston C. Briggs 

Mrs. Alexander B. Brook 

Dr. and Mrs. Myron Carmer 

Mr. and Mrs. David M. Carroll 

Dr. and Mrs. Gilbert B. Causey 

Dr. William H. Caverly 

Prof, and Mrs. Raymond Cerf 

Mr. and Mrs. William B. Cleveland 

Dr. and Mrs. Daniel W. Coughlan 

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. Elliott 

Mrs. Edwin R. Fellows. II 

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert W. Finbury 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Frost 

Mr. and Mrs. John S. Garvan. Jr. 

Dr. and Mrs. Garrett G. Gillespie 

Mr. and Mrs. William R. Gurganus 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Hamm 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Hoover 

Mr. and Mrs. George Ingram. Jr. 

Dr. Richard A. Katz 

Mr. Howard Ketcham 

Dr. Christopher L. Landry 

Mr. and Mrs. Roger M. Lindgrove 

A Friend 



Mr. and Mrs. Glen E. Loughridge 

Dr. John F. McGinty 

Dr. Richard A. McGovern 

Dr. John K. Mallen 

Mr. Andre Meyer 

Mr. and Mrs. Howard F. Moore 

Dr. and Mrs. Jay B. Moses 

Mr. and Mrs. Karl J. Nelson 

Miss Florence Joy Newcomb 

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick M. Newcomb. II 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Owen 

Dr. and Mrs. Andre J. Paradis 

Dr. and Mrs. Frank S. Perkin 

Dr. Robert C Ramsdell 

Lt. Col. and Mrs. Malcolm Roberts. Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Rollins 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Rudolph 

Mrs. Arthur W. Ruff 

Rust Cadillac Co. 

Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton H. Salmon. Ill 

Mr. and Mrs. Theodore M.H. Samel 

Dr. Joseph A. Sapienza 

Dr. Nina E. Scarito 

Mr. and Mrs. Herman H. Schnepel. Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. William W. Seaward 

Mr. R. Ashton Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Urie 

Dr. and Mrs. John G. Webster 

Mr. and Mrs. Oliver H. Whitney 

Dr. and Mrs. Frederick A. Wies 



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